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AMERICAN 

Naval Almanac, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 

lBlSy 

BEING THE THIRD AFTER LEAP YEAR, 

.LCULATED BY JoSHUA SHARP. 

Containing, besides the usual matter of an Almanac, 

sojne interesting paticuiars relative to the 

Navy oi the United States, 

And a variety of useful and entertaining articles. 

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"We have met the Enemy, and they are C urs." 






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PHlLADELPhlL 
Published by K, & T. Deliver, 



THE ANATOMY OF MAX'S BODY, 

As governed by the Twelve Constellations. 



THead and Face 

ttNeck. 

n Arms. 

33 ^reast. 

To know where t 



& Heart, 
^Bowels. 
=^Reins. 
ni Secrets, 
lie sign is;- 



t Thighs. 
v? Knees. 
#v v Legs. 
xFeet. 
find the day of the 



month, and against it in the sixth column, stands the 
sign the Moon is in; then finding the sign here, it shows 
the part of the body it is supposed to govern. 



Common notes, &c.for the year 1815. 



Dominical Letter A 
Golden Number 11 

Epact 20 

Solar Cycle 4 

-Ash Wednesday, Feb, 8 



Easter 
Ascension 
Witsunday 
I rinity 
Advent December 



March 26 

May 4 

14 



21 
3 



Astronomical characters explained* 



€>Sun 
m O D Moon 
$ Mercury 
9 Venus 
I Mars 
2/Jupiter 
*2 Saturn 
^Herschel 



J Ascending node 
6 Conjunction 
c? Opposition 
aQuartile 
T Aries 
H Taurus 
n Gemini 
^Cancer 



a Leo 
iy. Virgo 
=2= Libra 
"L Scorpio 
/ *Sagittarus 
"K5 Capricornus 
^Aquarius 
X Pisces 



Solar and Lunar Eclipses in the Year 1815. 

1. An eclipse of the Sun, on the 10th of the first 
month (January,) at 56 min after 8 in the morning, 
invisible here, on account of the moon's south latitude. 
The 6un will be centrally eclipsed on the meredian in 
latitude 63 deg. 45 min. south and longitude 48 deg. 
42 min. east from Philadelphia. 

2. Of the Moon on the 21st of the sixth month, 
(June) at 59 min. after noon; of course invisible. 

3. of the Sun, on the sixth of the seventh month, 
(July) in the afternoon partly visible. H M 

Beginning at Philadelphia, at 7 8 



The Sun will set, afe *7 2& 

Digits eclipsed 3 1-2 on the North Limb. 
It will be total and central on the meridian in lati- 
tude 88 deg. 3 min. north, and longitude 99 deg 11 
mim west from Philadelphia. 

4. Of the Moon, on the sixteenth of the twelfth 
menth (December) in the morning, partly visible. 
Beginning at Philadelphia, at 6 10 

Beginning of total darkness 7 9 

The Moon will set about 7 22 

Totally eclipsed from the south side of the earth's 
shadow. 

9. Of the Sun on the 30th of the 12th month (De- 
cember) at 50 minutes after 9 in the morning; invisible 
on account of the Moon's south latitude. 

NOTES TO THE READER. 

1. The time of High Water at Philadelphia, is so 
computed as to serve for either morning or evening, 
sufficiently near for common use; the morning flood 
being about 12 minutes earlier than the time given in 
the tide column, and that of the afternoon as much later. 

2. The rising, setting or southing of a Star, may 
be carried several days backward by adding, or forward 
by substracting 4 minutes per day; for instance, on the 
18th of the first month (January) iSlriusis South at 36 
minutes after 10; adding 8 minutes for 2 days sooner, 
we have lOh. 44m. for the southing on the 16th; and 
deducting twelve minutes for 3 later leaves ten h. 24m. 
for that of the 25st of the same month. 

Two free thinking authors, said a bookseller, when 
I was a little low in the world, assured me, If I would 
print their works they would set me up, and indeed 
they were as good as their word, for in about six 
weeks after I published the first thing they sent me, 
I was set up indeed, but it was in the pillory. 

An Irishman meeting an acquaintance, accosted him 
thus: — When first I saw you, 1 thought it was you, bat 
now I see it is your brother/ 



A TABLE 

©f the Hours and Minutes that are to be added to the 
Moon's southing to find the Time of High Water 

at all the undernamed places. 

Names of places, h. m.\ Names of places, h. m. 

Albany 3^o5\fain Ocean 

Amboy 8 15*Nantucket 

Annapolis (Mar.) 7 OOJjNewburyport 

Annapolis (No. Sco.) OOJNew Haven 



Boston 
Bridgetown ( N s J.) 
Brunswick (N. C.) 
Burlington 
Cape- Ann 
Cape-Canso 
Cape-Fear 
Cape-Henlopen 
Cape- May 
Cape-Hatteras 
Cape-Henry 
Casco- Bay 
Cockspur (Geor) 
Charleston-Bar 



1 1 15|New- London 

8 30|New-Providence 

9 OOjNewtown- Landing 
9 00|New-York 

11 45 j Penobscot 
8 SOlPiscataqua 

7 5()|Plymouth i 

8 15 Polepel-Isiand 

8 15|Port-Roseway 

11 OoSport- Royal (S. C.) 
11 00f Portsmouth 
11 15? Pro vide nee 

9 OiiPerysburg (S. C.) 
7 OOjQuebec 



Eliz; bethtown Point 9 QOjReedy- Island 



Fairfield 

Georgetown-Bar 

Guilford 

Hackensack 

Halifax 

Hartford 

Heil-Gate 

Huntington 

Ij •«wich 

James: m 

Kingsvown Esopus 



11 00 Rhode- Island 
6 40|Salem 

10 30JSandwich-Bay 
0(J Sandy -H< ok 
0< [Savannah 

11 20jSajbrobfe 

9 3USunbur } (Geo.'i 
11 COf Tarpaulin- Cove 
11 45JTy bet-Bar 

9 56lVV'hittstone 



8 15 

7 30 
11 45 
10 50 

9 00 

7 35 

10 00 
9 09 
00 

11 40 

10 35- 
00 

8 15 
8 30 

11 45 
8 17 

7 00 
11 00 
11 15 

8 15 
11 45 

9 00 

8 15 
7 48 

11 15 

9 30 
9 '0 
9 15 

11 45 



00!\V nliamsburg (Vir.)il 15 



Mitton was asked bv a 
strn t hi 



friend 



. dier he would in- 
nl languages? To 

\\ Inch he replied 'no sir, one tongue is sufficient for a 

'Tvoman. 



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FIRST MONTH, 


JANUARY, : 


L815. 




H M 


tl M " 


Last C 2d 9 51 M 


First D 18th 11 1 M 


New • 10th 8 55 M 


Full o 25th 4 2( 




H-/3 


Remarks. 


SwASun Sun fe 


Moo? 


? M?07 


D 


c 

A 


rises sets sloiv %. 


rises 


south 


\PhiL 
' 7 17 


1 


Circumcisior 


j7 24|4 36 3 47,^ 


1133 


5 * 


2 


2 


ram 


17 23 4 37: 4 16^ 


morn 


5 52; 8 4 


3 


o 
O 


Sirius Sll 41 


7 23 4 37 4 4426 


3c 


6 38 


8 50 


4 


'4 


J% r ! j ;y 


7 22*4 38* 5 11 \ 


1 40? 7 23 


9 35 


5 


5 


rain 


7 22J4 3o j 5 3821 


: 24: 


8 8 10 20 


6| 6 Epinhanv 


7 22:4 38 6 5 / 


j 3 4^ 


8~54(ll 6 


7] 7 


p-easant 


S7 21 


4 39^6 3115 


j 4 41 


941 


1153 


8 


A 


\ rises 4 4 


•7 21 


4 39 6 5727 


! 5 37 


10 29 


029 


9 


2 2 in apogee 


7 20 


i4«v 72 |v 


6 30 


11 17 


1 17 


10 


3}@ ec in 3 ^ 


7 19 4 41' 7 47J21 


sets 


aft. 6 1 54 


11 


4Arctri 1125 


7 194 4 lj 8 Ilk 


5 47 


53] 2 41 


& 


Sf'SP ri.es 3 58 


7 18 4 4^1 8 34;15 


6 44 


1 40| 3 28 




-ilTs eye s 8 47 


7 17J4 43J 8 57J27 


7 43l 2 26J 4 14 


14 


7 ^ S 4 59 


7 174 43! 9 id 
7 16 ! 4 44' 9 41|21 


8 42{ 3 10] 4 58 


15 


A 


fita 


9 41! 3 53j 9 41 


16 


2 


Days in. 20m 


7 15 : '4 45'l0 2| • 


10 4 i 


4 36 


6 24 


17 


3 


rain 


7 14 


14610 22 


15 


1142 


5 19 


7 7 


1* 


irkiss 10 36 


7 1; 


4 4610 42 


28! 


mom 


6 4 


7 52 


1;. 


-->: hazy 


7 15 


4 47H 1 


* 


46 


6 52 


8 40 


2-. 


6|© j&nt£rs 


7 12 


3 IMl 19 


25 


1 54 


7 44 


9 32 


$ 


71 hailstorm 


7 il 


t 49 1 1 37 


1 


3 3 


8 41 


j 29 


2- 


A 'Sept. Vincenr 


7 10 


4 SO 1 ■ 53 




4 13 


04111 29 


2, 




7 : 


51 12 9 


5 21 


10 45; 13 


24 


3 


clear 


7 


521 21:23' 


r«£\?- 


11 49 <"57 


25 


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7 . 


i 53l2 39j.v 


5 25 


morn A 2 1 


26 


5 stationary 


7 


5412 5224 


6 40 


051; 3 3 


27 


windy 


7 !' 


i 55 13 5. 


7 55 


1 49! 4 1 


28 


7jsirius so. 9 55 


7 ,' 


5613 1723 


9 6; 2 44| 4 56 


29 


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7 '• 


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10 14 2 35 5 47 


3d 


2 


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7 - : 


i 5813 38:22! 11 201 4 23 6 35 


311 





*7?cnxi 


7 1 


45 


IS 48 


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W0JVZ 


5 10 


7 22 



N. vev speak-, but when y >u tiate something i# »a^- 
niuch, wid «i^ but lit- 



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SECOND MONTH, FEBRUARY, 1815 

H 



Last C 

New © 



1st 
9th 



H 


4 



M 

1M 

30 M 



First D 16th 
Full O 23d 



M 
D 

1 

2 

3 
4 

5 



^ Remarks. 
4 



«s«« )&*« 



8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 

21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2 



6 

7 

A 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

^- 

/ 

A 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



rises' 



sets 



51 
50 
49 

48 5 



5 3 



rises 9 49 

pu.of VMurv 

temperate 

rain 

quinquargesi.j6 56 

7*'s set 1 44 

D in apogee. 

&sh Wednes. 

pleasant 
sirius so. 9 2 

hazy 
1st in Lent 

2 rises 8 58 
Valentine 
day lOh 32m 

clear 
Arc. ris. 8 55 

snow 
enters X 
S rises 3 38 

3 rises 1 21 
D in perigee 

xvind 
St. Mathias 

calm 
sirius setsO 56 



46 

45 

6 44 

43 : 

41 

40 

39 

38 

36 

35 

34 

6 33 

631 



8 
9 
]0 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17 
19 



21 

22 
24 
25 
26 
27 
5 29 



6 305 30 



6 295 31 

6 27|5 3 



Sun 

slow 

1356 
14 4 
14 11 
14 17 
14 22 
14 26 
14 30 
14 33 
14 35 
14 36 

14 36 
14 36 

14 35 

14 33 

14 30 

14 2' 

14 2£ 

14 18 

14 13 

14 7 

14 

13 53 

13 45 

13 36 

1327 

13 17 

13 7 
3|12 56H3 



i 

■*- 

12 

24 

18 

12 

24 
X 
18 

CO 

I 

12 

25 

y 

21 

D 

18 
17 

17 

l} ,c 
17 

16 
til 



Moon 
rises 



M 

11 43 A 

3 15 A 

MooiARX 



south 



26 
26 



25 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5 

6 

setf.? | 

6 29 

7 30 

8 30 

9 32 

10 33 

11 3 
morn. 

46 

1 54 
3 
4 
5 

5 52 
rises 

6 40 

7 54 
9 3 

10 10 

11 17 



Phil. 



b 9 

8 55 



5 57 

6 43 

7 31 

8 19J1031 



9 7!ll 19 
9 56U1 56 

10 44 



Ol I 



26 

II 

9 

54 

34J11 31 
V>18 

1 2 
147 
230 
3 13 

3 57 

4 44 

5 33 

6 26 

7 23 

8 23 

9 26 
10 28 
1121 
morn 

26 
120 

2 12 

3 1 
3 50 



32 



19 
6 
50 
35 
18 
1 
45 

6 32 

7 21' 

8 14 
911 

1011 

11 14 

1157 

40 

141 

2 38 



32 

16 

13 

2 



A ta} lor sent his bill to a lawyer for money.- the lawyer bid the boy tell 
his roaster, that he was not running 1 away, but very busy at that time. Tha 
boy ctmeb again, and tells him, he must needs have the money. Didst tell 
thy master, said the lawyer, I was not running away? Yes, Sir, said the boy7 
fcut he bid me teii vou that he -was. 



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THIRD MONTH, MARCH, 1815, 



Last C 
New © 



ii M 

2d 5 7 A 
10th 10 20 A 



M 
I) 






I -j Remarks. 

If 4|Da7id 

2 5! 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
II 



rises 3 20 
SjHe£, so 11 3 

7| lightning 
VJMid Lent. 
2 jg stationary 
3J ~) in Apogee 

prises 7 21 
clear 

w Stat. 



Sun \ Sun 



rises\sets 



1-i 
14 
15 

16 
17 

18 

19 
20 
21 

22 

23 
24i 
25! 



6 26 
6 25 
6 24 

6 22J5 38 
6 21 5 3S 
6 195 41 
6 18(5 42 
6 17 
6 16 



clouay 
12 j A jGregory M. 
9 [ stormy 
.2 rises 4 17 
4 £> s Inf. 
7* V sset 11 19' 
R'se.s. 1137 
flying clouds 
Palm sunday 

clear 



o r 



5 43 
5 44 
5 14;5 46 

12 

10 
9 
8 
6 



4 



v>entersy» 



* j) in perigee 
5;Lvra ris 9 34 



26 A 

27 S 



Good Friday 

rain 
Easter § 1/ 

>• stationary 

clear 
spi vso 35 
clear and cold 



I 

6 
5 
6 

5 3 

6 1 
6 
s 58 
5 57 
5 56 
^54 
5 53 
d52 
5 50 
5 43 
5 48 
5 47 



5 48 
5 50 
5 51 
5 52 
5 54 
5\5 55 
4 5 ^ 



5 57 
5 59 





28 3 -stationary 5 506 10 

29 4 r /^ r 5 436 U 

30 5 sp i il:S o0 35 5 48 6 l 2 
ol! ^Iclear and cold 5 47 6 l3 

Ai Rng'V'sli Shopkeeper, in recommendation of his goods, said to a ladv, 
K ma\im, it will wear forever, and make you a petticoat afterwards. 



H M 

First 3 18th 9 18 M 
Full O 25th 1 36 M 

MoonR W 



Sun 
sloxv 
5 34 12 44 
5 3512 32 
5 36 12 20 
12 6 
11 53 
1139 
11 24 
U 9i20 
10 54X 
10 3914 
10 23 27 



t 

21 
6 

15 



Moon 
rises 



10 7 
9 50 
9 33 
9 16 
8 59 

8-41 

3 24 
8 6 
7 48 
7 30 
7 11 
6 53 
6 35 
6 16 
5 58 
5 39 
5 21 
5 2 

4 44 



T 
22 
H 
18 

15 
28 

26 

26 

9E 

25 

24 
I 



4 2529 



morn. 

19 

1 19 

2 17 

3 10 

3 57 

4 38 



south \ Phil. 



4 38 6 50 

5 26! 7 38 

6 15| 8 27 



4 

7 54 

8 43 
931 



5 48 
sets 

6 29 

7 31 

8 33 

9 38 

10 45 

11 51 
morn 

55 
157 

2 55 

3 48 

4 34 

5 14 
rises 

6 45 

7 56 
9 4 

21 10 10 

11 14 

7 morn. 

15 



5 1510 18 
11 4 
1149 
aft33 

1 16 

2 1 

2 47 

3 35 1 

4 27 
521 

6 19 

7 19 

8 20 

9 20 

10 17 

11 11 
morn. 

4 
5$ 
146 

2 34 

3 24 

4 14 

5 4 



917 
10 6 

10 55 

11 43 
018 
52 
137 
221 
3 4 
3 49 
435 

5 23 

6 15 
9 



1139 
29 
123 

2 16 

3 7 

3 57 

4 46 

5 36 

6 26 

7 16 



FOURTH MONTH, APRIL, 1815 

'Ti — 



Last (l 1st 
New© 9th 



H 

1 



6 
19 



A 
A 



X) 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 



First 
Full 



H 

D 16th 4 
O 20d 



M 

20 A 
16 A 



7 

A 

2 

3 



Rem 



ABKS. 



Sun \Sun I <?ww 
slow 



\rises\sets 



10 
11 
15 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
2C 
21 
22 

2; 

24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



j sets 8 10 5 4516 15 

cloudy 5 44J6 16 

3 ill apogee 5 43 6 17 

■<wh/ 5 416 19 

4 &&y 5 40 6 20 

5 7*'s sets 9 59 5 39 6 21 

6 cloudy 15 376 23 
7sri?es2 40 J5 36 6 24 
V clear 5 35 

2 Days 12 52 5 34 

3 clear 5 32 
4 ! spii?soll48i5 31 

30 
5 2<> 
5 2 

26 
j 25 
5 24 
5 22 
5 21 
5 20 
5 19 

18 



5. # south 10 48 
69 'sGr.elong. 

A J rain 
2 s ir. sets 10 2 
3 t 3) in perigee 
4| rtfi/2 
5' @ enters** 
6 c/ewr 
cloudy 
davs Inc. 4 

st. Mark 

rises 1 49 

pleasant 

weather 

7% set 8 41 



30>A 



14 



Rogation 



Moon\Moon\ 
rises 



south \PhiL 



6 25 

6 26 

6 28[ 

6 29 

6 30 

6 31 

6 33 

6 34 

6 35 

6 36 

6 38 

39 

40 

41 

42 



5 lc[6 44 
5 15 6 45 
5 14 6 46 
5 13 6 47 
5 12 k 48 
5 1116 49 
5 9;6 51 



4 7 
3 48 
3 30 
3 12 
2 54 
2 86 
2 18 
2 1 
144 
127 
1 11 
54 
03S 
23 

fa. 8 
2: 

3; 
051 

1 4 

1 29 

I4ik I 

1 53|i6 

2 4j29 

2 15! t 
2 25; 2 4 
2 35! v5 



23 

17 

28 
K 
23 

T 
18 
8 
14 

28 
b 

25 

23 

! I 

21 
iig 

20 
18 



1 9 
157 

2 42 

3 22 

3 57 

4 27 

4 56 

5 23 
sets 

7 34 

8 41 

9 50 
10 58 
mom 

i 



5 54 

6 44 

7 33 

8 20 

9 7 
9 52 

10 36 
1120 
ift 5 

51 

1 39 
231 

3 25 

4 22 



56 
41 
31 



6 21 

7 19 

8 16 

9 10 



8 6 

8 56 

9 45 

10 32 

11 19 
1152 

24 

1 8 

1 53 

2 39 

3 27 

4 19 

5 13 

6 10 

7 9 

8 9 

9 7 

10 4 



57110 2 



4 29J10 62 
4 591141 
rises morn. 



8 
9 

10 
11 
11 



0, 

5! 

8 
6! 

58 



2 44qq7?20n? 

2 53.U1 4.: 



A person met another v^b.6 had been indebted to 
asked htm if he could not pay off' his h:A\ '\-,, y s 
"Well then," replied the other, *vo-i ce 



30 
120 

2 10 

3 1 
6 51 

4 43 

5 33* 

long, tj 



10 58 

11 1 

14 

1 4 
153 

2 42 



im tor : 
5., id the ma,., 'I 
rht lo pay the < 



4 22 

5 13 

6 4 

6 55 

7 45 

:v , u] 

..Vl.lt' 



«Oh no,' replied the oil i< -v I ■•; not my principal to pay the interest) nor to 
jny interest to pay the prindbdh 



FIFTH MONTH, MAY, 1815. 



H M 


H M " 


Last ' 1st 7 16 M 


Fuli022d 11 56 A 


New « 9th 1 19 M 


Last <L 31st 1 3M 


Fir 


st D 15th 9 46 A 






HW 


M 


-; 


i . 


Sun 


Sun 


Sun 


^ 


Moon\Moon 


D 




i\ EM ARKS. 


rises 


sets 

6 52 


fast 
3 1 


^ 


r.ses\souPh 


Phil 


1 


Ph&Ja2inap 


5 8 


1 24 6 20 


8 32 


9 


3 


□ ©h 


5 7 


6 53 


3 924 


2 3 


7 7 


9 19 


3 


4 


r ain 


5 6 


6 54 


3 16|X 


2 35 


7 53 


10 5 


4 


5 


Ascension 


5 5 


6 55 


3 23j 19 


3 5 8 37 


10 49 


,5 


e 


spic - so 1017 


5 4 


6 56 


3 29,'y 


3 o2 9 21 


11 33 


6 


7 


pleasant 


5 3 


6 57 


3 34|14 


3 5810 5 


5 


*- 
* 


A 


v sets 9 41 


5 2t6 58 


3 m%i 


4 25 10 50 


38 


e 


f> 


S rises 1 51 


5 16 55 


3 44i fc - 


4 63!ll 38 


126 


c 


3 


pleasant 


5 0,7 3 43^ 


sets of 29 


2 17 


it 


4 


Arct. so 10 59 


4 59J7 113 51'-.-' 


a m 1 js 


3 11 


13 


5 


breezes 


4 58 7 2 8 54.21 


10 2.0 


4 8 


12 


6 


-south 8 50 


4 577 3 


3 56 as 


11 4 3 20 


5 8 


13 


7 


Jin perigee 


4 56J7 4 


3 57^0 


morn.] 4 20 


■6 8 


14 


A 


W hit sunday 


4$5'7 5 


3 58 





5 20 


7 8 


15 


& 


fair 


4 54 


7 6 


3 58 18 


48 


6 17J 8 5 


16 


S 


Days 14 14 


4 55 


7 7 


3 58.«R 


128 


7 10! 8 58 


17 


4 


showers 


4 52 


7 8 


3 57J16 


2 2 


8 li 9 49 


18 


5 


Lyra so, 2 55 


4 51 


7 9 


3 56|^ 


2 34 


3 51-10 39 


19 


6 


fair 


Mo 


7 10 


3 54,14 


3 5 


9^811 26 


20 


7| 8 rises 1 26 


4 49 


711 


3 51 


28 


3 33 


10 26| 2 


21 


A : tr(j:)en d 6 © 


i 49 


7 11 


3 4H 




4 4 


11 14 38 


22 


2[ sup^srat. 


4 48 


7 12 


3 44 


24 rises 


morn- 


.26 


23 3 


thunder gust 


4 47 


7 i3 3 40 


i 7 56 


4 


2 16 


24 4 


clear 


4 46 


7 14 


3 35 


20j 8 57 


54 


3 6 


25,' 5 


sets 10 9 


4 45 


7 15 


3 30 


V3 ! 9 52 


1 44 


3 56 


26 6;<?£>* 


4 45 


7 19 


3 M 


15 10 41 


2 35 


4 47 


27 7 


pleasant 


4 44 


7 16 


3 I-; 127 11 24 


3 25 


5 37 


28A 


rain 


4 45 


7 17 


3 1 1!;. morn 


414 


6 26 


29. 2 


i>in apogee 


4 43 


7 17 


3 4t20i 2 


5 1 


7 13 


30: 3 


Lyra so 2 7 


4 4 


7 18 


3 57| 36 


5 47 


7 59 


31 


4 


hail 


44 


71 


19 


3 49 


14 


1 5 


651 


8 43 



Jl r>en/ resohtte fellow — He fears no in*: 
and dreads no tieaui biu choukiiig. 



in the worldj except the kc,ngmart\ 



SIXTH MONTH, JUNE, 1815. 



New© 7th 
First D 14th 



H 

10 

2 



M 

52 M 
52 M 



Full 021st 
Last G 29rh 



H 



M 

59 A 

4 40 A 



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Rem 



ARKS. 



10 
11 

12 
13 
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15 
17 

18 
19 
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21 

22 
23 
24 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



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Atair sou 3 5 

cloudy 

clear 

windy 
Antarsoll22 

dear 

& rises 43 

like j or rain 

3 in perigee 

St Bariicibas 

h rises 10 36 
arc. so. 8 39 

rain 
Lyra so 57 

clear 
Days in. 5 40 
9 sets 10 8 

clear 
€ eclipse, inv 



Sun ! aSww 
rises sets 



4 4i 
4 40 
4 40 
4 39 
4 39 
4 38 
4 38 



7 19 
7 20 
7 20 
721 
721 
7 22 
7 22 



4 37'7 23 



437 
4 37 



7 23 
7 23 



Mat of St J.B 
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cloudy 
Arc. so. 9 55 



3 

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5 St. Peter 
6 1 U£n/ wirm 

A clergyman io 



4 36,7 24 
4 367 24 
4 367 24 
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4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
4 35 
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4 35 



7 25 

7 25 
7 25 

7 25 
7 25 
7 25 
7 25 

7 25 
7 25 
7 25 
7 25 
7 25 



4 45j7 25 
4 35 7 25 
4 35J7 25 
4 3617 24! 



Sun 
fust 



Moon 
rises 



2 40 
23. 
2 22,22 
2 12iH 
2 3!l8 
152 a 
1 43I16 

1 3 i ks 
1 20 15 



8 



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29 



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35 

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1 31 

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3 3 
3 39 

rises 

8 30 

9 16 
9 55 

10 30 
U 
1127 

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morn. 

20 



Moon 11 W 
south Pi 



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7 13; 9 25 

7 56|10 8 

8 39l ; 51 

9 2411 36 
13 



10 13 

11 5 
aft. 2 

1 
2 
3 
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6 43 
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9 5 
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10 42 

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mom 

23 

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53 

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10 6 
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17 
54 
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2 35 

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4 15 

5 2 
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3 31 
7 .4 

7 56 

8 39 



.t coiirtrv was reptwifig a mayriefi c uple for ihe.r n-e- 
cnt dissentient, v.'l.ich vvtir vty u- btcorninp both in the eye of God . nd 
rm.p, seeing that you are both ONE. Both one! c - ed tfie husband, iveretfott 
to come by our door -when we quarrel, you would s-uiear we were TH ENTY. 



SEVENTH MONTH, JULY, 18K. 



H M 


H M 


New# 6th 6 46 A 


Full021st 3 32 M 


First M3th 9 11 M 


Last<T29;h 6 1 M 


M 
D 


2 


REMARKS. 


Sun 
rises 


Sun 
sets 


Sun 
slow 
3~16 




Aloon)Mnon 
rises [south 


H Vv 
Phil 


1 


/ 


+ ses 9 55 


4 36 


7 24 


44 


7 10 


9 22 


2 


A 


vis. V. Mary 


4 36 


7 24 


3 2d 


13 


1 12 


7 57 


10 9 


3 


2 


warm 


4 36 


7 24 


3 39 


26 


143 


8 47 


10 59 


4 


3 


Lyra so. 11 38 


4 37 


7 23 


3 50 


n 


2 19 


9 41 


1141 


5 


4 


overcast 


4 37 


7 23 


4 1 


24 


3 4 


10 40 


28 


6 


5 


eclipsed vi. 


4 38 


7 22 


4 11 


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1142 


130 


7 


6 


S rises 1 1 25 


4 38 


7 22 


4 2124 


8 24 


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2 33 


8 


7 


2 st. i> in per. 


438 


7 22 


4 31 a 


9 14 


148 


3 36 


9 


A 


Ata. so. 33 


4 39 


721 


4 40 


24 


9 55 


2 47 


4 35 


10 


2 


thunder and 


4 39 


7 21 


4 49 


r# 


10 31 


3 43 


5 31 


11 


3 


lightning 


4 40 


7 20 


4 57(23 


11 2 


4 35 


6 23 


12 


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Spi>*set 118 


4 40 
441 


7 20 
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5 ai, 


1133 
rrtont. 


5 24 

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7 12 


13 


5 


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8 


14 


6 


rain 


4 42 


7 18 


5 20!^ 





6 58 


8 46 


15 


7 


Swithin 


4 43 


7 17 


5 27,18 


29 


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9 34 


16 


A 


days de. 16m. 


4 43 


7 17 


5 33j t 


1 2 


8 34 


10 22 


17 


Is 


Lyra so. 10 45 


4 44 


7 16 


5 39113 


1 35 


9 24 


11 12 


18 


3 


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very -warm 


4 44 


7 16 


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10 14 


1144 


19 


4 


9 sets 9 26 


4 45 


7 15 


5 49 


V? 


2 58 


11 4 


26 


20 


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Margaret 


4 46 7 14 


5 53 


20 


rises 


1154 


116 


21 


6 


clear 


4 47|7 13 


5 51 


& 


7 5(. 


morn 


2 6 


22 


7 


Mag 6 © $ inf 


4 47 


7 13 


6 


14 


8 26 


42 


2 54 


23 A 


X'enSl 33 in ap 


4 48 


7 126 3 


26 


8 59 


129 


3 41 


24- 2 


I south 4 40 


4 49 


7 11 


6 5 


X 


9 26 


2 14 


4 26 


25 3 


St. James 


4 50 


7K.' 


6 7 


19 


9 52 


^2 56 


5 8 


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St. Ann. 


451 


7 9 


6 7 


T 


10 17 


3 38 


5 50 


27 5 


thunder 


451 


7 9 


6 8 


13 


10 43 


4 20 


6 32 


28 6 


and 


4 52 


7 8 


6 7 


26 


11 10 


5 el 


7 15 


29 7 


lightning 


4 53 


7 7 


6 6 




1140 


5 47 


7 59 


30 A 


Arct sets 43 


4 54 


7 6 


6 4 


21 


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6 34 


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4 55 


7 


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11 


7 25 


9 37 



SF.NF/TA says, there is no difference betwixt possessing a thing and no* 
desiring it. 



EIGHTH MONTH, AUGUST, 1815 
H 



New 

First 



m 5- 



M 

1 56 M 



EMARKS 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



3L 

4 



3) 11th 6 12 A 

\SurASun 

Vises, .sets 

day ?'s ;456|7~4 

•:e.el.^ %> ! 7 '4 57I7. 3 

bets 8 5 7 % 58J7 2 

\ta. so. 10 454 59|7 1 

in perigee> 5 Q;7 Q 



Full 019th 7 
Last 127th 5 



H M 
10 A 
21 A 



Sun \ ^ 
slow 



5 59 
5 56 
z 52 
5 47 
5 4i 



7* J s rise II 7^ 



I sets 9 ) 6 
sultry 
*i urn/ warm 
5 st. Lawrence 
6; | statin; ,;,ry 
warm 



li6 59;5 36 
2 6 58,'5 2!>;18 



71 

a! 

4 



Sid : 7 
4;6 56 
5|f> 6? 
6l6 54 
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rises 



! Q 



47 



5 2a|~- 

5 14J1 

5 6h 
4 r '8 I 

I 48|2 



Moon 
rises 



cloudy 



m 

106 5>)U;:, 



;p.^sets 8 55^ 11^49:4 1 
rain p 12 : ••? 43;4 
17| 5|Lyra so 8 46 5 IS 6 47;3 5 & 
18! 6J c ^r , 5 14o 43 3 ii 

19| 7 j) in apogee 5 16 6 44;3 23 

20 \ J jj south l(i 44.5 17 6 43;3 15 

21 2'Days 13 24 | 5 18 6 42 3 \ 

22 3: " fair 5 19;6 41^47 
23! 4; Centers $ 5 2£*6 402 32 



24j 5jSt, 

25: 21 

26 

27 

28 

29i 

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rain 



7|ayX>¥ 



31| 



An. set 10 22 
st Augu tin 
st J oh bab bt 

clear 

warm 



5 21,6 39 2 16 



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5 30 



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27 'morn. 

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7 22j 9 10 


H 12(10 


9 % 10 50 


9 53 11 41 


10 42 17 


1129, 54 


morn. 1 41 


14 2 26 


58 310 


1 40 3 52 


2 22 4 34 


3 4' 5 16 


3 48; 6 


4 33J 6 45 

5 2i! 7 33 


6 14 


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1 24 



Want of prudence is too ,V. uu ay dig '■■ At of vir ue; nor is there m 
enrlU a more pywertui advocator vice ijwu improvidence: 





NINTH MONTH, 


SEPTEMBER. 


1815. 

tnir 1 


H M 




New © 3rd 9 20 M 


Full 018th 11 13 M 


F '^ 


st 3 10th 6 59 M 




Last ' r 26th 2 56 M 


Ril : 


. £•,,-■- •; — "*V \F 


Sun j 


Sun Sun 




Moan 


Moonfi'i \V 


D 


V 


r-EMARKS 


rises sts fas! 




rises 


south 


Phil. 


i 




■ sete 7 46 |5 31 


6 29 1 


'£% 


V- 1/5 


< L5 


2 


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|**s rise 9 29J5 32 


o^8. 2.'; 


6 


3 55 


11 15 


1 3 


3 




in perigee 5 34 


626; 39 




sets 


jft\S 


2 1 


4 


i. 


sup. \5 35 


6 250 58 


26 


7 33 


1 8 2 56 


5 


, 


\t sou. 8 74-5 36 


6 241 18 




8 6 


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6 


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^cor 5 38 


■ 221 37 


26 


8 37 


2 52 


4 40 


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lists 8 29 |5 h 


6 2U 5tl 


9 7 


3 4« 


5 30 


£ 




at. V. Mary ! 5 40 


;.. ..2 17*4 


9 41 


4 32 


6 20 


o 




p feasant 5 4 3 


6 192 38 


10 19 


5 23 


7 11 


10 


A 


cool 


5 43 


6 17J2 58 


19ii 1 


6 14 


8 2 


11 


2 


sets 9 35 5 44 


6 16 S 3 19 


•~|l* 48 


7 


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; south 9 16 15 4.5 


6 153 40 


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27 


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5 5239 3 1 20 


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A f'.-h ( i ..bit flippant shrimp ot . n officer, m his 
p, i j h no small ^ravxU, ho, *lingj>w c; 



■up sti-ucK < -f gran 
; over the ii e 6 uuie- 



Biun 's head, oiud, 'Y\ ere you not my officer, 1 would extinguish you. 



TENTH MONTH, OCTOBER, 1815. 



H M 


H M 


Newt 2d 5 54 A 


Full 018th 3 2 M 


First} 9th 11 43 A. 


Last 8 25th 11 7 M 


M: 




Sun 


*S'w?z 


6«« ^ 


Moon 


Moon k 


D c 


3 Remarks. 

> 


rises 


5 50 


$** 


jg 


rises 


south 


Phil. 


iU 


l 3) in perigee 


<TlO 


10 10 


«' ! A 


4 12 


iT~I 


49 


2 • 


2 lf 2 south 8 1 


6 11 


5 49 


10 29 


-A- 


sets 


1155 


143 


3 


3 rain 


6 13 5 47 


1048 


19 


6 41 


aj}47 


2 35 


4 


^ Arct.sets 3 43 


6 14*5 46 


11 7 


ft 


7 12 


1 38 


3 26 


5 


Sj C0tf/ 


6 15'5 M 


1125 


18 


7 45 


2 29 


4 17 


6 


SlRegu ri. $28 


6 17,543 


11 42 


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8 22 


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7 


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12 9 


15 


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28 


9 49 


5 7' 6 55 


9 


2 Denys 2 stat. 


6 21 


5 39 


12 33 


& 


10 49 


5 59: 7 47 


10 


3 windy 


6 22 


5 38 


12 49 


22 


11 35 


6 50! 8 38 


11 


4 7*'s sou 2 35 


6 23 


5 37 


13 5 


AW 


morn. 


7 38 9 26 


12 


5 cloudy 


6 25 


5 35 


13 20 


16 


31 


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13 


6 <* ® 9 inf. 3) 


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cy> 


4 2911 18 48 


17 


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6 31 


5 29 


14 27 


16 


rises 


mom 1 30 


18 


4 St. Luke 


6 32 


5 28 


14 39 


29 


6 6 


1 


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5 '2 set 11 49 


6 33 


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6 405 20 


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6 41 , 5 19 


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11 32! 6 8 


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6 42 


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16 


morn. 


7 5 k 9 17 


27 


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6 43 


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45 


8 2 


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7 St. Si. &Jud 


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29 


A ^in perigee 


6 46 


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29\ 3 11 9 48 


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A lady being asked bow she liked a gentleman's singw, who had a 
bad breath. 2 The words are good, said she, bat the air is iiitoleratle. 



ELEVENTH MONTH, NOVEMBER, 1815, 

Last (r23d 6 



New© 1st 
First } 8th 
Full o 16th 



H 

4 
7 
6 



33 M 

33 A 

7 A 



New® 30th 5 



M 
31 A 

50 A 



M 
1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
/ 
8 



Remarks. 



rises 



9 
10 
11 

I2JA 
13 
14 
,15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 : A 

27 2 

28 3 
29, 4 
30' 5 



4 A li saints 

5 ? rises 4 35 
rain 

Sirius ri. 1 
clear 
rain 
S south 10 20 

cold 

7* , ssou.0 43 
2 in apogee 
St. Martin 
Lyra sets 12 

cloudy 
3 Arises 4 59 
Days 9 50 

hazy 
% stationary 
Sirius so. 3 
k sets 9 53 

rain 
v stationary 
Centers t 
St Clement 
in perigee 
7: * south 9 3 

clear 

Ant. sou 10 1 

very cold 

snow 
St. Andrew 



6 49 
6 51 
6 52 
6 53 
6 54 
6 55 5 
6 56 
6 57 
6 58 




Sun Sun ^ 



sets fast 



« 



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sets \south 



3 
4 
5 
6 



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